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or far·fal  (fär′fəl)
Noodles shaped like small grains or pellets.

[Yiddish farfl, from Middle High German varveln.]


(ˈfɑr fəl)

a solid foodstuff broken into small pieces: noodle farfel.
[1890–95; < Yiddish farfl; compare Middle High German varveln noodles]
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